Ancient Corinth was one of the richest and most historic cities in Greece. It has rich archaeological material that testifies to its past, such as the temple of Apollo, the ancient theater, the Castle of Acrocorinthos, the Temple of Poseidon, the Roman market, Diolko, and other attractions of great importance. The archaeological museum of Corinth houses an important collection of treasures from the region.
It includes finds from ancient Corinth and the surrounding areas, such as ancient ceramics, statues, coins and other archaeological finds that highlight the history and culture of the area. The Corinth Canal, a project that was attempted several times since ancient times and was finally implemented in 1893, connects the Corinthian and Argosaronic gulfs, separating Corinth from Central Greece, and is one of the most important projects of the 19th century.